Community Case Management in Cleveland

Our Community Case Management team serves youth ages 11- 19 who have survived the realities of sex-trafficking, are actively being exploited, or are at risk of victimization. Our services are based on a comprehensive, trauma-informed care model. This personalized process is tailored to meet the complex needs of the most vulnerable youth in our community, young people who have been taken advantage of, coerced, and forced into exploitation. 

If you have a referral for Community Case Management, or you have questions, contact us at [email protected] or 614.665.0665. Or you can fill out our COMMUNITY CASE MANAGEMENT REFERRAL FORM here.


Cleveland Office

Greater Cleveland Youth for Christ

709 Brookpark Rd. LL1

Cleveland, OH 44109


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Meet Our Case Managers:

  • Johnita Prince

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    Born and raised in central Missouri, Johnita relocated to Cleveland, Ohio in 1992.  She has three adult sons and in her completely unbiased opinion has two phenomenal grandchildren!  Prior to coming to Gracehaven, she worked as a case manager for 40 years serving persons with developmental disabilities and severe emotional disturbances.  Johnita earned a Master of Arts degree in Human Services – Christian Ministries at Liberty University Baptist Theological Seminary, and a Master of Philosophy degree in Human and Social Services at Walden University.  She is currently matriculating towards a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Human and Social Services at Walden, completing her dissertation on trauma-informed care for domestically sex-trafficked adolescents.  Johnita enjoys playing the piano, loves gospel and jazz music, and is active at her church in the music ministry and small group ministry.

  • Hannah Shaub

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    Hannah earned a bachelor’s degree in Ministry to Victims of Sexual Exploitation from Moody Bible Institute. Her time at Moody afforded her opportunities to encounter victims of sexual exploitation locally and abroad, as well as to develop and teach a Sexual Exploitation Prevention & Awareness curriculum for youth. Following her time at Moody, Hannah worked in residential aftercare for adult survivors of sex trafficking in Northeast Ohio while leading the youth group at her church. 

    Hannah moved to Cleveland in 2018 and it has since become home. She is excited to be a resource and support to youth in the city she has come to love so deeply. She is passionate about breaking cycles of sexual exploitation through early intervention with children and youth. When she’s not working, Hannah enjoys frequenting local coffee shops, visiting art museums, exploring the great outdoors and traveling.